Publicist says Zsa Zsa Gabor back in hospital
LOS ANGELES — Zsa Zsa Gabor was returned to a hospital Tuesday, just a week after going home following the amputation of her right leg.
Gabor, who turns 94 on Feb.6, started spitting up blood and mucus, publicist John Blanchette said.
Doctors told Gabor’s husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, that she was bleeding internally and he should call an ambulance, Blanchette said.
Gabor was released from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Jan. 22, a week after doctors amputated most of her right leg.
After the amputation, Dr. David Rigberg, associate professor of vascular surgery at the hospital, said there were no complications but her health was frail so she was being monitored closely.
Jaime Pressly charged with drunken driving
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Prosecutors in California have charged Jaime Pressly with misdemeanor drunken driving.
The 33-year-old ‘‘My Name is Earl’’ co-star was arrested Jan. 5 after Santa Monica police say she was stopped for a traffic violation. She was released after posting $15,000 bail.
Deputy City Attorney Melanie Skehar said Pressly was charged Tuesday morning with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol content of .20 or higher.
Miranda Lambert tops ACM noms at 7
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Miranda Lambert proclaimed 2010 the best year of her life. After hauling in seven Academy of Country Music Awards nominations, 2011 isn’t looking so bad either.
Lambert, joined by Ronnie Dunn on Tuesday morning to announce the nominees at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, received her first ACM entertainer of the year nomination and will defend her 2010 top female vocalist win, along with nods for song and single of the year. Kenny Chesney and Zac Brown Band were next with five nominations each.
Dunn summed up Lambert’s run with two words: ‘‘She’s smokin’.’’